Combining Christmas with your homeschooling in a fun and memorable Christmas Around the World unit study that includes the whole family and makes wonderful memories along the way, and even starts a new family tradition or two!
It’s the ultimate in Relaxed Homeschooling!
About This Study (over 100 pages)
(You only need to print what you wish to use for the crafts or to have recipes on hand.)
It has something for all ages in your family from simple and easy crafts and recipes for the littles to enjoy and more complex tasks for your older ones.
It is ready to print and go with little planning involved, except to pick out what you would like to do for each country.
Supplies needed for the crafts and recipes are basic and can be found around the house or purchased inexpensively at the dollar or grocery store.
No extra books to find or purchase.
Opportunities for Rabbit Trails or independent research for olders to share with the rest of the family, maybe while the little ones work on a simple craft.
Extra Links to Online Resources and Fun
Traditions and Customs Explanations
Activities to follow from traditions from around the world
Crafts – with simple material lists, directions, and photos to help you along the
(some are simple and some a bit more complex for the older ones)
Recipes – with simple ingredients and include basic to more complex recipes to try your (or your teenager’s) hand
Stories, Videos, Short and Interesting Historical Background
Templates and Printables
What Subjects and Skills are Included?
Geography, History, Social Studies/Cultural Study
Language Arts – Folktales and Stories, Following Directions, Attention to Detail,
Public Speaking opportunities, writing opportunities
To include an important writing component with practice of summarizing, retelling, and narrative writing, I recommend the Make Your Own ABC Book About…. Christmas ebook to write about what you are learning, retelling stories you read, or writing about your favorite traditions and the meaning of Christmas
Math – recipes with measurement, fractions, abbreviations
Science – Chemical reaction of yeast and sugar in cooking
Art – crafts
Music – Carols
Rabbit Trails and Research
When you are done?
Wonderful memories, deeper appreciation for the meaning of the season and maybe some new family traditions.
You will be refreshed from treating yourselves to something different in your routine and ready to start off the new year strong and continue your regular studies after your break.
So, are you ready to have something at your fingertips that is ready to go during this busy season?
All the work has been done for you except for the part of fun and learning alongside your family!
I’m leaving that up to you! And I hope your memories and time together will be as precious as the ones I hold with my family.